You are not invisible. You are not alone.
Our partner organization, the Georgia Commission on Family Violence provides support, resources, and referrals to survivors of domestic violence murder-suicide in Georgia. In addition, we provide training, technical assistance, and resources to communities and constituents for the purpose of strategically implementing innovative systematic changes based on the findings and recommendations of the project.
“A domestic violence murder-suicide occurs when a person kills one or more victims, including a current or former intimate partner, and then commits suicide. Most domestic violence murder-suicides occur in the home, and sometimes children are present or are witness to the death(s) of their parent(s). Every year in Georgia, there are an average of 20 domestic violence murder-suicides, leaving behind hundreds of family members and friends.” -GCFV
Georgia Commission on Family Violence provides a brochure titled, Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence Murder-Suicide. The brochure is available to order for individuals or agencies. Please e-mail Terri Scarver Powe or call 404-656-2020 to place an order.